Pakistani student promotes Pak-China friendship through vlogs

A youthful Pakistani understudy has been advancing kinship among Pakistan and China by showing Chinese culture, food and day to day existence through her video blogs.

Mahzaib Abbasi, who is learning at the Beijing Language and Culture College (BLCU), has been in China for right around seven years.

She stated, “Through my vlogs, our people in Pakistan, as well as our people in the United States, Europe, and countries in the Middle East can get a glimpse of the culture, people, and daily life in China.”

In 2016, Abbasi traveled to China to participate in the Confucius Institute Scholarship Program and study Chinese. While concentrating on in the Chinese capital, she got a few valuable chances to visit very nearly 50 urban communities in the adjoining country.

“I feel different in every city in China. I went to Lijiang, Dali, Xishuangbanna, Kunming, Shangri-La, etc. while staying in Yunnan. In these cities, you can feel the ancient culture,” she continued.

In her vlogs, she also showed modern cities and skyscrapers everywhere in China. Going in these spots in China feels perfect.”

The young Pakistani vlogger also made videos about mosques, religious freedom, Muslims’ lives, and the availability of halal food in China.

She stated that halal food is readily available everywhere and that there are many Muslims in China. In Xi’an and Lanzhou, there are a lot of Muslims. Muslims exist in pretty much every city in China. I went to Xi’an’s Muslim Street. Food that is halal can be eaten.

“Lanzhou noodles, seared noodles, pilaf, and broiled rice are accessible in the vast majority of the urban communities in China.”

Abbasi made a video of Muslims praying in a mosque on Eid in Lanzhou, the Gansu province capital.

She went on to say, “Many people have heard that Muslims in China don’t have any freedom and can’t go to mosques to pray,” but “as you can see in my video, people are free to do religious activities.”

Abbasi said that many individuals have never been to China, so they have hardly any familiarity with it. She went on to say that China has a lot of Pakistani restaurants.

Many individuals are unaware of China. Many people are now aware of the real China after watching the videos. It just so happens, China is so lovely thus helpful,” she added.

“Many individuals need to come to China to study and work. Here, a lot of foreigners work.”

After completing her postgraduate studies, Abbasi plans to teach Chinese in Pakistan or any other Middle Eastern nation.

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